ETH - Make or Break Zone!

TheSignalyst Updated   
KUCOIN:ETHUSDT   Ethereum / Tether
Dear TradingView community and fellow traders,

I find the daily chart for ETH to be interesting as it appears to be forming one of my favorite patterns. What I call TRIO RETEST

1️⃣ => Non-Horizontal Resistance
ETH has been overall bullish from a long-term perspective, trading within the rising broadening wedge in blue and now approaching the upper bound / blue trendline acting as a non-horizontal resistance.

2️⃣ => Overbought
From a medium-term perspective, ETH has been trading inside the rising broadening wedge in red, and it is currently hovering around its upper bound / red trendline acting as an over-bought zone.

3️⃣ => Round Number
This week, ETH has been hovering around the $3000 which is a massive round number and psychological level.

🗒 That's why the blue circle with the red circle inside it is a zone to keep an eye on, as it is the intersection of three rejections.

📈 If broken upward, expect further long-term bullish continuation.

📉 In parallel, if $2850 is broken downward, expect the bearish correction to start.

📚 Hope you find this post useful. It's important to always adhere to your trading plan, including entry points, risk management strategies, and trade management techniques.

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For those who have been asking for the 4H view.

We also have a trendline in orange intersection with the TRIO retest.

Which makes it QUATRO retest :)

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